April 15, 2016
This Week in Social, we’ve seen the major platforms make changes to their algorithms, some big brands make poor choices, and the possibly the most dramatic snack advertising ever. Read on for more…
Thanks to recent integration with SoundCloud, Twitter Moments are getting a musical makeover!
Facebook’s F8 event took place earlier this week with some big changes – see this video for all the highlights on bots, VR, and streaming.
A newly released report from Facebook on trending mentions is highlighting the emerging topics of discussion appearing on the channel. Take a look!
Following its recent algorithm change, Instagram has introduced individualised video feeds and channels for its users. This can be found on the revamped Explore page.
Snapchat’s new update lets emojis move, rotate and scale in tandem with objects in videos.
Periscope beta is testing live-stream doodles. This will allow users to draw annotations on their broadcasts in real-time!
According to a new study, teens can’t get enough of Snapchat and it has been named their most popular social network.
Not Suitable For Work, KFC? How about Not Suitable For Social Media?
After facing outrage from social media users, Match.com has pulled ‘freckles’ advert claiming that they’re ‘imperfections’.
What better way to advertise new spicy chips and dip, than with a four-episode Tela Novela?
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